The Just Unveiled Sin R1 550 Hybrid Supercar Is Definitely Not Your Ordinary Electric Vehicle

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This week has been like Christmas in March for lovers of stunning concept cars, scary fast electric cars, gorgeous supercars, and the return of some classics, all thanks to the Geneva International Motor Show.

And now we can yet another car that was unveiled at the show that, like several of the other cars we’ve already covered, falls into more than one of those categories above.

Are you like me and not real familiar with Sin Cars? Well, besides their A+ name, they’ve only been around for about six years. However, the Bulgarian supercar manufacturer has already have produced and sold multiple different models of their Sin R1.

CEO of Sin Cars is Mr. Rosen Daskalov – an engineer, go-kart and motorsport driver with many years of racing experience. A lot of hard work, sleepless nights and years of research have resulted in creation of Sin R1, which now has already six modifications – both racing and road versions.

“There is no other car on the market like this one,” Daskalov said. “I was looking for the best racing car for many years…And I couldn’t find The One. This is how the Sin Cars ‘was born.'”

And now they’ve introduced their latest creation, the new Sin Cars R1 550 Hybrid.

Check out these specs…

— 6.2 l, supercharged V8, 650 hP
— Eight-cylinder, middle-mounted, supercharged engine, rigid mounting
— Displacement: 6200 cm3 (376 in3)
— Bore and stroke: 103.25×92 mm (4.065×3.622 in)
— Max rpm: 6300 RPM
— Maximum power: 650 hp, 485 kw
— Compression Ratio: 9.1:1
— Maximum torque: 820 Nm (605 lb-ft)
— Electrical water cooling with thermal management for engine and gearbox
— A racing instrument cluster including all typical motorsport functions and display
-– 4 position traction control system
-– Top speed: >350 km/h (217 mph)
-– Acceleration: 0-100 km/h (62 mph): 2.5 sec

All for a price starting around $267,000 (€219,000). Not too shabby, huh?

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